Week of July 11th – CSA Newsletter

Here we are folks, entering the 5th week of the CSA, and you guessed it, still no rain. There were some nice steady downpours throughout the day on Sunday but when I went out to the fields that night, there wasn’t much that had penetrated down into the soil. But we’ll take whatever we can … Read more

Week of June 27th – CSA Newsletter

Greeting folks! Well, here we are, another week without any significant rainfall. It’s usually late July or early August before I start mentioning how dry it is out there but it’s been pretty brutal out there. And that little bit of rain that we got today, yeah, that didn’t really do too much. Dryden usually … Read more

Week of June 13th – CSA Newsletter

Well folks, we made it. The start to another CSA season! As the TC3 Farm embarks on its third season, I find myself thinking a lot about the farm (I’m sure all farmers are constantly thinking about their farms). I think about where we started and how far that we’ve come in such a short … Read more

TC3 Farm CSA Newsletter – Week of 11/9/15

Okay, folks, we have made it. The end of the 2015 CSA season is upon us. It’s always a bittersweet time of the year for me. I truly enjoy growing food for you all and the weekly conversations that we have around the share. I absolutely love how food brings people together. At the same … Read more

TC3 Farm CSA Newsletter – Week of 10/19/15

Howdy folks, So, I bet you all can guess what I’m going to write about this week. But before I get to sharing my feelings on the wonderful, albeit drastic weather change we had this week, I wanted to give some updates on some of the lingering farm construction type projects. Ok, first up is … Read more

TC3 Farm CSA Newsletter – Week of 9/28/15

Howdy folks, Well, we had another stellar week of weather capped off with an amazing super/blood moon lunar eclipse, or whatever the kids are calling it these days. It was a pretty awesome thing to see unfold and I wish I was able to grab a picture or two, but the Iphone has its limits. What … Read more